Fixed Income

The unemployment rate was the lowest since 2007, just before the financial crisis.
And the market appears cemented in its belief that rates will be increasing.
Sovereign debt offers a possible hedge to Sunday's constitutional referendum.
Any decline in Treasury holdings likely would reveal a classic rotation, not a loss of confidence.
Stanley Fischer's speech suggests low risk of inflation overshooting.
A hard Brexit or a recession could push the debt-to-GDP ratio sharply higher.
How many calls for this bond market bull to end have there been?
Soon, however, rates will likely plunge below this past summer's record low levels.
A rate hike would lead to increased borrowing costs for foreign economies.
In a "post-truth" world, investing becomes an act of faith.

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